Coaching Research: a review of progress internationally since 2008

Dr Sunny Stout-Rostron and Dr Lew Stern, senior advisor at the Institute of Coaching (Harvard McLean Medical School Affiliate) conducted an extensive and exhaustive survey of all research done internationally in the field of coaching.

In 2008, 100 topics/proposal for research were identified by the International Coaching Research Forum after the Global Coaching Convention held in Dublin in 2007.  These could be roughly grouped into 16 focus areas.  Sunny and Lew looked at how research globally has progressed between 2008 and 2012 against these 16 focus areas.

They presented their finding in an international tele-conference with the International Coach Federation’s Research Portfolio Committee in August 2013.  Click here to listen   You can also read an executive summary of their research Coaching Research Progress Stern & Stout-Rostron Jan 13

About Sunny Stout-Rostron Associates

Sunny coaches at senior executive and board level in corporate organizations and educational institutions. She has a wide range of experience in leadership and management development,  business strategy and executive coaching. With over 20 years’ international  experience as an executive coach, Sunny believes that there is a strong link between emotional intelligence and business results – she works with leaders and their  teams to help them achieve individual, team and organizational goals, gaining  wisdom and knowledge through their own experience.
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